SS2.07 PARADIGM: The Partnership for Advancing Interdisciplinary Global Modeling

Session Organizer(s):
Lewis, M. Rothstein
University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography
lrothstein@gso.uri.edu

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Date: Friday, February 20, 2004

Location: 317 A

8:30 AM
Doney, S C ; Jenkins, W J THE SUBTROPICAL NUTRIENT SPIRAL

8:45 AM
Cullen, J J ; Brown, C ; Davis, R F ; Dowd, M ; Huot, Y ; Kirchhoff, S ; Lehmann, M K ; Normandeau, C ; Schallenberg, C OPTICAL PROXIES OF BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES FOR ASSIMILATION INTO MODELS OF ECOSYSTEM DYNAMICS

9:00 AM
Spitz, Y H ; Abbott , M R ; Richman, J G ; Miller, R N IMPACT OF SURFACE CHLOROPHYLL-A FROM SATELLITE REMOTE-SENSED OBSERVATIONS ON IMPROVING ECOSYSTEM MODELS

9:15 AM
McGillicuddy, D J ; Anderson, L A ; Doney, S C ; Maltrud, M E EDDY-DRIVEN SOURCES AND SINKS OF NUTRIENTS IN THE UPPER OCEAN: RESULTS FROM A 0.1 DEGREE RESOLUTION MODEL OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC

9:30 AM
Fennel, K ; Wilkin, J ; Goodman, P ; Haidvogel, D NITROGEN AND CARBON BUDGETS FOR THE NE U.S. CONTINENTAL SHELVES A COUPLED PHYSICAL-BIOLOGICAL MODELING STUDY

10:15 AM
Voelker Christoph, C ; Denman, Kenneth L., K L MODELLING SILICON DYNAMICS AT STATION P IN THE SUBARCTIC PACIFIC

10:30 AM
Dutkiewicz, S ; Parekh, P ; Follows, M SENSITIVITY OF AN ECOSYSTEM MODEL TO AEOLIAN FLUXES OF IRON

10:45 AM
Lehmann, M K ; Edwards, A M ; Gentleman, W ; Cullen, J J DYNAMICS OF A SIZE-STRUCTURED MODEL OF PLANKTON ECOSYSTEMS WITH FLUCTUATING ENVIRONMENTAL FORCING

11:00 AM
Kindle, J C ; Metzger, E J ; deRada, S ; Shulman, I HIGH RESOLUTION MODELING OF THE NORTH PACIFIC AND ALONG THE US WEST COAST USING A NESTED HYCOM MODEL

11:15 AM
Olascoaga, M J ; Chassignet, E ; Kindle, J ; Wallcraft, A Sensivity of biophysical modeling to model's vertical coordinate representation

11:30 AM
Daniels, R M ; Ducklow, H W ; Richardson, T L ; Jackson, G A ; Roman, M R ; Fraser, W R ; Ross, R M ; Quetin, L B INVERSE MODEL ANALYSIS OF PLANKTON FOOD WEBS IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC AND WESTERN ANTARCTIC PENINSULA

11:45 AM
Cahill, B E ; Rothstein, L M ; Durbin, E G A REGIONAL INTERCOMPARISON BETWEEN TWO SHELF ECOSYSTEMS IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC: A DIAGNOSIS OF THE SEASONAL CYCLE IN THE IRISH SHELF SEAS

Date: T,W,Th, February 17-19, 2004

Location: Kamehameha Hall III

11:45 AM
Mouw, C B ; Yoder, J A PRIMARY PRODUCTION CALCULATIONS IN THE MID-ATLANTIC BIGHT, INCLUDING EFFECTS OF PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY SIZE STRUCTURE

11:45 AM
White, A E ; Letelier, R M ; Spitz, Y H USING LABORATORY AND IN SITU PHYSIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS TO MODEL TRICHODESMIUM SPP. FLEXIBLE ELEMENTAL STOICHIOMETRY AND VERTICAL MIGRATION CAPACITY IN THE NPSG

11:45 AM
Follows, M ; Dutkiewicz, S CONSTRAINING A PARAMETERIZATION OF EXPORT PRODUCTION USING A NUMERICAL MODEL AND ITS ADJOINT

11:45 AM
Clemente, T ; Bjorkman, K ; Dafner, E ; Fujieki, L ; Jachowski, N ; Sadler, D ; Corno, G ; Letelier, R ; Church, M ; Zehr, J REGIONALIZATION OF THE HAWAII OCEAN TIME-SERIES (HOT) OBSERVATIONS

11:45 AM
Morris, P ; Bjorkman, K ; McAndrew, P ; Dafner, E ; Gregory, T ; Shea, A ; Williams, P ; Karl, D THE NET METABOLIC BALANCE OF THE OPEN OCEAN: A TEST OF THE NUTRIENT LOADING HYPOTHESIS

 
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